You couldn’t have scripted a crazier ending to Game 4 of the World Series.
The Rays pulled off the unlikeliest of wins, scoring two runs with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Dodgers 8-7 and tie the series at two games apiece.
I mean, really, Arozarena? Even when he falls he's good at baseball. pic.twitter.com/hQCl0ppKEc— 𝙼𝚊𝚛𝚒 𝙵𝚊𝚒𝚎𝚕𝚕𝚘 (wears a mask) (@faiello_mari) October 25, 2020
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the win:
you may not like it but this is what peak performance looks like pic.twitter.com/5kFrY0FYcX— Namita (@nnstats) October 25, 2020
officially on the @RaysBaseball bandwagon idc idc— Magdalena Torres (@torresmgdalena) October 25, 2020
Imma do this one early.. Congrats to @RaysBaseball for winning the World Series— sebass (@Stiann__) October 25, 2020
If the Rays can beat a stacked Yankees team, the Cheatstros, and now the Dodgers, all in the same postseason, they will go down as maybe the best postseason team of the last 20+ years to win the World Series— Vintage Big Ben (@VintageBigBen) October 25, 2020
That last play will (rightfully) get all the attention, but that entire baseball game was like being strapped into a roller coaster that got sucked up into a tornado and went off to fight a hurricane.— Levi Weaver (@ThreeTwoEephus) October 25, 2020
Best game I’ve ever been apart of— Brandon Lowe (@Sweet_n_Lowe5) October 25, 2020
Insanity— Shane McClanahan (@Sugar_ShaneM) October 25, 2020
Brett Phillips grew up in Pinellas County. His grandma took him to the first ever Devil Rays fan fest. He grew up rooting for the #Rays.— Jonathan Arnholz (@JArnholz) October 25, 2020
He just hit a walkoff for his hometown team in the World Series.
Every kid in America has had that dream. And he just lived it.
and we’re just supposed to go to sleep now????— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) October 25, 2020
WOW @RAYSBASEBALL WOW
What a great interview with Phillips ! Moments like that are what make sports amazing . Still can’t believe that final play. What a win for @RaysBaseball— Steven Stamkos (@RealStamkos91) October 25, 2020
MOOD: Please...and...Thank You! pic.twitter.com/cX6zIwpDgY— Maria Taylor (@MariaTaylor) October 25, 2020
Stupidest ways to lose a World Series game, ranked:— Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) October 25, 2020
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this is how it feels to be a rays fan most of the time EXCEPT NOT TONIGHT SORRY BOUT IT https://t.co/WS8ZI3CKe9— 🇵🇷 mak (@mmmaakkkk) October 25, 2020
Brett Phillips had three hits all year.— Gabe Lacques (@GabeLacques) October 25, 2020
How it started: How it finished: pic.twitter.com/lr8HSIXEBW— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 25, 2020
Dodgers fans during the last play of the game: pic.twitter.com/qlirrlR8z3— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 25, 2020
How can you not be romantic about baseball?— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 25, 2020
How today started: How it’s going: pic.twitter.com/YoXwmbx1iq— Matt Fortuna (@Matt_Fortuna) October 25, 2020
Game 6, 2011. Best World Series game ever.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) October 25, 2020
Game 7, 2016. Epic.
Game 6, 1986. Unbelievable.
Game 4, 2020. The craziest World Series game ever.
How Dodgers fans feel going into Game 5 with the Series tied 2-2 and Kershaw starting: pic.twitter.com/8kWAeKpLtA— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 25, 2020